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Re: Looking at gun safes

Postby Gunnysway » Tue Nov 19, 2013 1:38 pm

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HV-5 12 GAUGE ALARM
THIS UNIT WHICH IS MADE OF AIRCRAFT ALUMINUM THAT UTILIZES A SPRING LOADED FIRING MECHANISM AND A TRIP TRIGGER. WHEN LOADED WITH A 12 GAUGE "BLANK", AND THE TRIGGER IS DISTURBED THE UNIT WILL DISCHARGE. THIS DEVICE CAN BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 12 GAUGE WHISTLE CARTRIDGES, 12 GAUGE FLARES AND 12 GAUGE PEPPER GAS DEPENDING ON ONES SITUATION AND REQUIREMENTS. COMES WITH MOUNTING HARDWARE, ONE 12 GAUGE BLANK AND INSTRUCTIONS. CAUTION: FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY. KEEP AWAY FROM FLAMMABLE MATERIALS.
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Re: Looking at gun safes

Postby toolmaker » Tue Nov 19, 2013 1:44 pm

I bought a mint Browning Medalion safe off craigslist for $500, it was like a year old and the interior hadn't even been installed yet...weighs about 700 lbs, 90 minute fire rated.

look around, you don't need a brand new product all the time... these things are made to last.

also you can NEVER put in as many guns as they say FOR getaboutit!

unless you want to scratch up all your long guns
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Re: Looking at gun safes

Postby hopkins11 » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:12 pm

AKWoody wrote:I have a cannon and I love it. Here is a link to the one I have. I got it at the Great Alaska Sportsmans show on special from a local dealer. Worth every penny.

http://www.cannonsafe.com/gun-safes/s45.html


That's the same one I got @ TSC for $1000.
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